List of U.S. Highways in South Carolina

U.S. Highways of South Carolina
U.S. Highway 1 markerU.S. Highway 76 markerU.S. Highway 178 marker
Highway marker for U.S. Highways in South Carolina
System information
Maintained by SCDOT
FormedNovember 11, 1926 (1926-11-11)[1]
Highway names
US HighwaysU.S. Highway nn (US nn)
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There are 23 U.S. Highways that exist entirely or partially in the U.S. state of South Carolina. In South Carolina, all U.S. Highways are maintained by the South Carolina Department of Transportation (SCDOT).

Mainline highways

NumberLength (mi)Length (km)Southern or western terminusNorthern or eastern terminusFormedRemovedNotes
US 1170.540274.458US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 / SR 10 / SR 121 / SC 121 at the Georgia state line south of North AugustaUS 1 at the North Carolina state line near Wallace01926-01-011926currentTravels north-south along the sandhills region; connecting the cities of North Augusta, Aiken, Columbia, and Camden. South of Camden, it parallels with I-20.
US 15158.832255.615US 17 Alt. in WalterboroUS 15 / US 401 in North Carolina state line at McColl01935-01-011935currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Walterboro, Sumter, and Bennettsville.
US 17221.454356.396US 17 / SR 404 Spur at the Georgia state line near LimehouseUS 17 at the North Carolina state line near Little River01927-01-011927currentTravels north-south along the coastal plain area, connecting the cities of Hardeeville, Charleston, Georgetown, and Myrtle Beach.
US 21245.480395.062Hunting Island State ParkI-77 / US 21 at the North Carolina state line near Fort Mill01926-01-011926currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Beaufort, Orangeburg, Columbia, and Rock Hill. North of Columbia, it parallels with I-77.
US 25140.600226.274US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 / SR 10 / SR 121 / SC 121 at the Georgia state line south of North AugustaUS 25 at the North Carolina state line near Travelers Rest01926-01-011926currentTravels north-south in the western part of the state, connecting the cities of North Augusta, Greenwood, and Greenville.
US 29110.202177.353US 29 / SR 8 at the Georgia state line near Holland StoreUS 29 at the North Carolina state line northeast of Blacksburg01927-01-011927currentTravels north-south in the Upstate area, parallel to I-85. It connects the cities of Anderson, Greenville, and Spartanburg.
US 52159.960257.431Line Street in CharlestonUS 52 at the North Carolina state line near Cheraw01980-12-061980currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Charleston, Lake City, Florence, and Darlington.
US 76314.985506.919US 76 / SR 2 at the Georgia state line near WestminsterUS 76 at the North Carolina state line near Nichols01926-01-011926currentLongest US Highway in the state, going east-west; it connects the cities Anderson, Columbia, Sumter, and Florence.
US 78142.207228.860US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 / SR 10 / SR 121 / SC 121 at the Georgia state line near North AugustaLine Street in Charleston01926-01-011926currentTravels east-west, connecting the cities of North Augusta, Aiken, Bamberg, and Charleston.
US 11745.072.4ConwayUS 117 at the North Carolina state line near Little River01932-01-01193201935-01-011935Replaced by US 501 and US 17.
US 12365.240104.994US 123 / SR 365 at the Georgia state line near WestminsterI-385 Bus. in Greenville01968-01-011968currentTravels north-south in the Upstate area, connecting the cities of Westminster and Greenville.
US 176230.760371.372US 176 at the North Carolina state line near LandrumUS 52 / Red Bank Road in Goose Creek01926-01-011926currentTravels east-west, parallel to I-26. It connects the cities of Spartanburg, Union, and Columbia.
US 178233.390375.605US 178 at the North Carolina state line near Rocky BottomU.S. Route 78 in South Carolina east of Dorchester01932-01-011932currentTravels east-west, connecting the cities of Anderson, Greenwood, and Orangeburg.
US 21724.439.3Pee DeeUS 217 at the North Carolina state line near Dillon01927-01-01192701932-01-011932Replaced by US 301.
US 221126.390203.405US 221 / SC 150 at the Georgia state line near Clarks HillUS 221 at the North Carolina state line near Chesnee01932-01-011932currentTravels north-south within the Piedmont area, connecting the cities of Greenwood and Spartanburg.
US 27644.46971.566US 276 at the North Carolina state line near ClevelandI-185 / I-385 in Mauldin01932-01-011932currentShortest US Highway in the state, going east-west; it goes through the city of Greenville.
US 278146.130235.173US 1 / US 25 / US 78 / US 278 / SR 10 / SR 121 / SC 121 at the Georgia state line south of North AugustaUS 278 Bus. / Greenwood Drive / Pope Avenue in Hilton Head Island01965-01-011965currentTravels east-west, connecting the cities of North Augusta and Hilton Head Island.
US 301189.704305.299US 301 / SR 73 at the Georgia state line near AllendaleI-95 / US 301 / US 501 at the North Carolina state line near Dillon01932-01-011932currentTravels north-south, loosely parallel to I-95. It connects the cities of Orangeburg, Florence, and Dillon.
US 321217.550350.113US 17 in HardeevilleUS 321 at the North Carolina state line near Clover01930-01-011930currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Hardeeville, Columbia, and York.
US 378210.310338.461US 378 / SR 43 at the Georgia state line near McCormickUS 501 Bus. in Conway01952-01-011952currentTravels east-west, connecting the cities of Columbia, Sumter, and Conway.
US 40177.760125.143US 76 Bus. in SumterUS 401 at the North Carolina state line near McColl01957-01-011957currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Sumter, Darlington, and Bennettsville.
US 50173.770118.721US 17 Bus. in Myrtle BeachI-95 / US 301 / US 501 at the North Carolina state line near Dillon01935-01-011935currentTravels north-south through the Grand Strand area, connecting the cities of Myrtle Beach, Conway, and Dillon.
US 521172.820278.127US 17 in GeorgetownUS 521 at the North Carolina state line at Indian Land01932-01-011932currentTravels north-south, connecting the cities of Georgetown, Sumter, Camden, and Lexington.
US 601183.370295.105US 321 in TarboroUS 601 at the North Carolina state line at Pageland01927-01-011927currentTravels north-south,connecting the cities of Bamberg, Orangeburg, Camden, and Pageland.
US 70161.67099.248US 17 / US 17 Alt. in GeorgetownUS 701 at the North Carolina state line near Loris01932-01-011932currentTravels north-south through the Grand Strand area, connecting the cities of Georgetown and Conway.
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Special routes

NumberLength (mi)Length (km)Southern or western terminusNorthern or eastern terminusFormedRemovedNotes

US 1 Truck
8.44013.583US 1 / US 78 / US 78 Truck / SC 19 Truck / SC 118 in AikenUS 78 / US 78 Truck / SC 4 Truck / SC 302 east of Aiken

US 1 Conn.
0.2300.370US 1 / SC 6 in LexingtonSC 6 in LexingtonUnsigned; southbound only; completely concurrent with the eastbound lanes of SC 6

US 1 Conn.
0.0800.129SC 16 in ColumbiaUS 1 in ColumbiaUnsigned

US 1 Truck
1.5402.478US 521 / US 521 Truck / SC 34 Truck in CamdenUS 1 / US 521 Truck / SC 34 / SC 34 Truck in Camden

US 1 Truck
3.2305.198US 1 / US 52 / US 52 Truck south of CherawUS 1 / US 52 / US 52 Truck / SC 9 / SC 9 Truck in CherawCompletely concurrent with US 52 Truck

US 15 Alt.
WalterboroNorth Carolina state line near McColl01937-01-01193701946-01-011946The entire route was in concurrency with US 15 in South Carolina.

US 15 Conn.
2.1403.444US 15 / US 301 southwest of SanteeSC 6 in SanteeUnsigned

US 15 Conn.
2.1403.444US 301 in SummertonUS 15 in SummertonUnsigned

US 15 Alt.
SumterSociety Hill01955-01-01195501957-01-011957Replaced by US 401.

US 15 Conn.
0.3400.547US 15 on the SumterSouth Sumter lineUS 521 on the SumterSouth Sumter lineUnsigned

US 15 Bus.
6.50010.461US 15 south of HartsvilleUS 15 south of Hartsville

US 15 Bus.
US 15 west of BennettsvilleUS 15 east of Bennettsville01952-01-01195201990-01-011990Was routed along Main Street and Tyson Avenue, in concurrency with US 401 Bus. It was replaced by SC 385.

US 17 Alt.
6.710.8US 17 Alt. / SR 25 Alt. at the Georgia state line near LimehouseUS 17 near Limehouse01955-01-01195501994-01-011994Provided an alternate route from Savannah, via the Talmadge Memorial Bridge. Was reassigned as mainline US 17

US 17 Alt.
123.900199.398US 17 / US 21 northeast of PocotaligoUS 17 / US 701 in Georgetown01952-01-011952currentTravels north–south,connecting the cities of Walterboro, Summerville, Moncks Corner, and Georgetown.

US 17 Conn.
0.2700.435Yemassee Highway in YemasseeUS 17 Alt. / US 21 / SC 68 in YemasseeUnsigned

US 17 Alt. Truck
8.24213.264US 17 Alt. / SC 642 southwest of SummervilleUS 17 Alt. / SC 165 / Berkely Circle in Summerville

US 17 Bus.
4.26.8US 17 / US 701 / US 701 Bus. northwest of Mount PleasantUS 17 / US 701 / US 701 Bus. northeast of Mount Pleasant01967-01-01196701992-01-011992Was routed along Coleman Boulevard and Georgetown Highway (Chuck Dawley Boulevard); completely concurrent with US 701 Bus. It was replaced by SC 703 and BS 526.

US 17 Bus.
22.94036.918US 17 in Murrells InletUS 17 in Myrtle Beach01967-01-011967currentConnects the downtown areas of Murrells Inlet, Garden City, Surfside Beach and Myrtle Beach.

US 21 Bus.
5.4008.690US 21 / SC 802 in BeaufortUS 21 in Burton01967-01-011967currentRouted along Sea Island Parkway, Carteret Street and Boundary Street

US 21 Bus.
3.35.3OrangeburgOrangeburg01950-01-01195001967-01-011967Was routed along Broughton Street (in concurrency with US 178 Bus.) and Columbia Road

US 21 Bus.
2.7304.394US 21 / US 601 Truck / SC 4 in OrangeburgUS 21 / US 178 / US 601 in Orangeburg01967-01-011967currentRouted along Rowesville Road, Charleston Highway, and Magnolia Street

US 21 Conn.
2.7304.394US 178 Bus. in OrangeburgUS 21 / US 178 in OrangeburgUnsigned

US 21 Conn.
0.8501.368US 21 / US 176 / US 321 in West ColumbiaUS 1 in West ColumbiaUnsigned

US 21 Conn.
2.9304.715US 21 / US 76 Conn. / US 176 / US 321 / SC 48 Truck in ColumbiaUS 76 / US 76 Conn. / US 378 in ColumbiaUnsigned; completely concurrent with the western segment of US 76 Conn.

US 21 Conn.
1.6602.672US 21 southeast of RidgewaySC 34 northwest of RidgewayUnsigned

US 21 Bus.
6.710.8Rock HillRock Hill01950-01-01195002013-01-012013Was routed along Main Street, Albright Road, Black Street, Oakland Avenue, and Cherry Road, through downtown Rock Hill. It was decommissioned at the request of Rock Hill to gain ownership and maintenance oversight.[2][3]

US 21 Bus.
7.06011.362SC 160 in Fort MillUS 21 north of Fort Mill01948-01-011948currentIt is routed along Spratt Street, White Street, Old Nations Road, and Springfield Parkway, through downtown Fort Mill

US 25 Bus.
2.9004.667US 25 Alt. / SR 4 at the Georgia state line in North AugustaUS 25 in North Augusta01961-01-011961currentOnly business loop that crosses the Georgia state line

US 25 Conn.
0.5500.885Dead end in North AugustaUS 25 / SC 121 in North AugustaUnsigned

US 25 Bus.
3.7005.955US 25 / US 25 Truck in EdgefieldUS 25 / US 25 Truck / SC 23 Truck north of EdgefieldIs, in fact, US 25 signed as a business route

US 25 Truck
3.9806.405US 25 in EdgefieldUS 25 / SC 23 Truck north of EdgefieldIs, in fact, a secondary road signed as a truck route

US 25 Bus.
4.8407.789US 25 / US 178 / US 221 in GreenwoodUS 25 / US 178 / SC 72 in Greenwood01969-01-011969current

US 25 Bus.
4.3106.936US 25 / SC 252 Truck southeast of Ware ShoalsUS 25 / SC 252 / SC 252 Truck north of Ware Shoals01963-01-011963current

US 25 Bus.
GreenvilleGreenville01969-01-01196901995-01-011995Former business loop through downtown Greenville; replaced in parts by US 123, US 276, SC 20 and SC 291.

US 25 Conn.
1.1001.770US 276 / McElhaney Road in Travelers RestUS 25 in Travelers RestUnsigned

US 29 Bus.
6.43810.361US 29 on the Homeland ParkGreen Acres lineUS 29 in Anderson

US 29 Conn.
3.5205.665US 29 near WilliamstonSC 20 in Williamston

US 29 Alt.
US 29 in GreenvilleUS 29 in Greenville01938-01-01193801948-01-011948Was an alternate route through downtown Greenville; was downgraded to secondary roads.

US 29 Bus.
US 29 in GreenvilleUS 29 in Greenville01958-01-01195801962-01-011962

US 29 Spur
0.1100.177US 29 in GreenvillwUS 276 in GreenvilleUnsigned

US 29 Conn.
0.2500.402US 276 in GreenvillwUS 29 in GreenvilleUnsigned

US 29 Conn.
0.1200.193SC 291 / Edwards Road on the GreenvilleWade Hampton lineUS 29 in Wade HamptonUnsigned

US 29 Conn.
0.340.55US 29 in SpartanburgSC 296 in Spartanburg02013-01-01201302016-01-012016

US 29 Alt.
US 29 in SpartanburgUS 29 in Blacksburg01954-01-01195401962-01-011962Was a redesignation of mainline US 29 between Spartanburg and Blacksburg; after I-85 was established, it was reverted to US 29.

US 52 Spur
2.9804.796East Bay Street / Broad Street in CharlestonUS 52 / Mount Pleasant Street in CharlestonUnsigned

US 52 Conn.
0.9001.448I-26 in North CharlestonUS 52 / US 78 in North CharlestonUnsigned

US 52 Truck
4.7807.693US 52 / US 301 / West 3rd Loop Road in FlorenceUS 52 in Florence

US 52 Conn.
1.0701.722US 52 / US 76 in FlorenceUS 52 in FlorenceUnsigned

US 52 Bus.
4.5087.255US 52 / SC 34 Truck in DarlingtonUS 52 / US 401 near Darlington01974-01-011974current

US 52 Truck
3.5505.713US 1 / US 1 Truck / US 52 / Manor Road south of CherawUS 52 / SC 9 Truck in Cheraw02002-01-012002current

US 76 Bus.
SenecaSeneca01958-01-01195802000-01-012000

US 76 Bus.
3.9106.293US 76 / Ashley Lane in LaurensUS 76 / US 221 Truck / SC 127 in Laurens01982-01-011982current

US 76 Bus.
NewberryNewberry01952-01-01195202001-01-012001

US 76 Conn.
4.4407.145US 21 / US 21 Conn. / US 176 / US 321 / SC 48 Truck in Columbia
SC 16 in Columbia
SC 16 in Columbia
US 21 Conn. / US 76 / US 378 in Columbia
US 76 / US 378 / SC 760 in Columbia
SC 760 in Columbia
Unsigned

US 76 Bus.
5.9109.511US 76 / US 378 in SumterUS 76 / US 378 in Sumter01959-01-011959current

US 76 Conn.
0.1400.225I-20 Bus. / West Evans Street in FlorenceUS 76 in FlorenceUnsigned

US 78 Truck
8.44013.583US 1 / US 1 Truck / US 78 / SC 19 Truck / SC 118 in AikenUS 1 Truck / US 78 / SC 4 Truck / SC 302 east of AikenCompletely cocurrent with US 1 Truck

US 78 Bus.
0.5300.853SC 3 in BlackvilleUS 78 in Blackville01981-01-011981currentInventoried by SCDOT as US 78 Conn.; signed west of SC 3, but is inventoried by SCDOT as only using these termini

US 78 Conn.
0.5300.853SC 3 in BlackvilleUS 78 in BlackvilleIs, in fact, the official designation of the signed US 78 Bus.

US 78 Conn.
0.1400.225SC 61 northwest of Farrell CrossroadsUS 78 near Farrell CrossroadsUnsigned

US 123 Bus.
SenecaSeneca01958-01-01195802000-01-012000Was routed along North First Street.

US 123 Bus.
EasleyEasley01958-01-01195801964-01-011964Was routed along Main Street and Liberty Drive; replaced by SC 93

US 123 Conn.
0.7401.191SC 93 in EasleyUS 123 in Easley

US 123 Alt.
GreenvilleGreenville01950-01-01195001972-01-011972Replaced by SC 124.

US 176 Alt.
US 176 in SpartanburgUS 176 in Spartanburg01938-01-01193801948-01-011948Traversed downtown Spartanburg, along Magnolia and Howard streets; some map inserts of the time list it as "Optional US 176"; was downgraded to secondary roads.

US 176 Conn.
0.5200.837US 221 in SpartanburgI-585 / US 176 / SC 9 in SpartanburgUnsigned

US 176 Conn.
0.3600.579US 221 in SpartanburgI-585 / US 176 / SC 9 north of SpartanburgUnsigned

US 176 Bus.
US 176 in UnionUS 176 in Union01958-01-01195801990-01-011990Was routed along Pinckney Street and Thompson Boulevard; replaced by SC 18

US 176 Conn.
0.4600.740US 176 / SC 18 Truck in UnionSC 18 / SC 18 Truck in UnionUnsigned; completely concurrent with SC 18 Truck

US 176 Conn.
0.3400.547SC 72 / Douglas Street in WhitmireUS 176 in WhitmireUnsigned

US 178 Conn.
0.1800.290US 76 / SC 28 / SC 28 Bus. in NorthlakeUS 178 in NorthlakeUnsigned

US 178 Bus.
4.8407.789US 25 / US 25 Bus. / US 178 / US 221 in GreenwoodUS 25 / US 25 Bus. / US 178 / SC 72 in Greenwood01949-01-011949current

US 178 Conn.
0.1900.306US 178 / SC 39 / SC 121 in SaludaUS 378 / SC 194 in SaludaUnsigned

US 178 Bus.
4.4007.081US 21 / US 178 in Wilkinson HeightsUS 178 in Orangeburg01970-01-011970current

US 221 Truck
5.4408.755US 221 / SC 127US 76 / US 221 in Laurens

US 221 Alt.
5.3608.626US 221 / SC 11 in ChesneeUS 221 Alt. at the North Carolina state line near State Line01941-01-011941current

US 221 Conn.
0.4900.789US 221 / SC 11 east of ChesneeUS 221 east of ChesneeUnsigned

US 276 Conn.
1.1001.770US 25 Conn. / US 276 in Travelers RestUS 25 / US 25 Conn. in Travelers RestUnsigned; may be decommissioned

US 276 Bus.
US 25 / US 276 in GreenvilleUS 276 in Greenville01947-01-01c. 194701970-01-011970

US 276 Bus.
US 276 in GreenvilleUS 276 in Mauldin01983-01-01198301984-01-011984

US 278 Conn.
0.0600.097US 278 / Town Square in RidgelandUS 278 in RidgelandUnsigned

US 278 Bus.
8.99014.468US 278 in Hilton Head IslandUS 278 / Greenwood Drive / Pope Avenue in Hilton Head Island01998-01-011998current

US 301 Conn.
0.4100.660I-95 / US 521 in AlcoluUS 301 Conn. in AlcoluUnsigned

US 301 Conn.
2.4703.975US 301 southeast of AlcoluUS 521 in AlcoluUnsigned

US 321 Bus.
4.3507.001US 321 / SC 34 / SC 213 southwest of Winnsboro MillsUS 321 near Winnsboro01952-01-011952current

US 321 Bus.
3.6705.906US 321 / SC 9 / SC 72 / SC 97 / SC 121 southeast of ChesterUS 321 / SC 97 northwest of Chester01964-01-011964current

US 321 Bus.
2.5004.023US 321 in YorkUS 321 / SC 161 Bus. in York01958-01-011958current

US 378 Bus.
6.610.6US 76 / US 378 northwest of SumterUS 378 east of Sumter01958-01-01195801975-01-011975Was routed along Broad Street, Liberty Street, and Myrtle Beach Boulevard

US 378 Bus.
4.4907.226US 378 / SC 341 northwest of Lake CityUS 378 near Lake City01958-01-011958currentRouted along Main Street (with SC 341) and Church Street / Myrtle Beach Highway

US 378 Truck
27.32843.980US 378 / US 501 / US 701 in ConwayUS 378 / US 701 / SC 905 in ConwayRouted along US 501, SC 544 Conn., US 501 Bus., SC 90, Old Reaves Ferry Road, and SC 905

US 401 Bus.
3.45.5US 401 in BennettsvilleUS 401 in Bennettsville01958-01-01195801989-01-011989Was routed along Main Street and Tyson Avenue, in concurrency with US 15 Bus. It was replaced by SC 385.

US 501 Bus.
4.6007.403US 501 in Red HillUS 501 / US 701 in Conway01964-01-011964current

US 501 Bus.
7.21011.603US 501 / SC 41 Alt. near MarionUS 501 north of Marion01964-01-011964current

US 521 Bus.
3.4205.504US 521 southeast of AndrewsUS 521 / SC 41 in Andrews

US 521 Conn.
4.77.6US 521 in SumterUS 15 in Sumter02008-01-01c. 2008

US 521 Truck
3.4205.504US 1 Truck / US 521 in CamdenUS 521 / US 601 / US 601 Truck in Camden

US 521 Truck
0.8301.336US 1 Truck / US 521 / SC 34 Truck in CamdenUS 1 / US 1 Truck / SC 34 / SC 34 Truck in CamdenCompletely concurrent with US 1 Truck and SC 34 Truck

US 521 Bus.
1.5002.414US 521 / US 601 / US 601 Bus. in KershawUS 521 north of Kershaw

US 521 Truck
0.1400.225US 521 / US 601 / SC 157 Truck / SC 341 Truck in KershawUS 521 / US 601 / US 601 Bus. / SC 157 Truck / SC 341 Truck in KershawCompletely concurrent with US 601 / SC 157 Truck / SC 341 Truck

US 521 Conn.
0.0600.097US 521 Bus. north of KershawUS 521 north of KershawUnsigned

US 521 Bus.
3.8706.228US 521 northwest of ElginUS 521 / SC 9 in Lancaster01965-01-011965current

US 521 Byp.
US 521 northwest of ElginUS 521 / SC 9 in Lancaster

US 601 Truck
5.28.4US 301 / US 601 / SC 4 in OrangeburgUS 21 / US 21 Bus. / US 178 / US 601 in Orangeburg

US 601 Truck
3.9806.405US 1 / US 521 Truck / US 601 in CamdenUS 521 / US 521 Truck / US 601 in Camden

US 601 Bus.
0.7601.223US 521 / US 521 Bus. / US 601 in KershawUS 521 Bus. / US 521 Truck / US 601 / SC 157 Truck / SC 341 Truck in Kershaw

US 701 Bus.
4.26.8US 17 / US 17 Bus. / US 701 northwest of Mount PleasantUS 17 / US 17 Bus. / US 701 northeast of Mount Pleasant01967-01-01c. 196701992-01-011992Was routed along Coleman Boulevard and Georgetown Highway (Chuck Dawley Boulevard) in concurrency with US 17 Bus. It was replaced by SC 703 and I-526 Bus.

US 701 Truck
27.32843.980US 378 / US 501 / US 701 in ConwayUS 378 / US 701 / SC 905 in ConwayRouted along US 501, SC 544 Conn., US 501 Bus., SC 90, Old Reaves Ferry Road, and SC 905

US 701 Truck
1.4682.363US 501 / US 501 Bus. / US 701 in ConwayUS 701 / Sherwood Drive in ConwayRouted along US 501 and Mill Pond Road

US 701 Bus.
0.1790.288US 701 north of LorisUS 701 Bus. at the North Carolina state line north of Loris01960-01-011960currentOnly business loop that crosses the North Carolina state line
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See also

References

  1. ^ Bureau of Public Roads & American Association of State Highway Officials (November 11, 1926). United States System of Highways Adopted for Uniform Marking by the American Association of State Highway Officials (Map). 1:7,000,000. Washington, DC: United States Geological Survey. OCLC 32889555. Retrieved November 7, 2013 – via University of North Texas Libraries.
  2. ^ "Binder-all applications May 2013" (PDF). AASHTO. May 2013. p. 301. Archived from the original (PDF) on October 19, 2013. Retrieved July 7, 2013.
  3. ^ Special Committee on U.S. Route Numbering (May 4, 2013). "Special Committee on US Route Numbering Report to SCOH on May 3, 2013 Meeting" (PDF) (Report). Washington, DC: American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials. p. 8. Archived (PDF) from the original on September 10, 2018. Retrieved July 7, 2013.

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600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 76.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 178.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 15.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 17.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 21.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 25.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 29.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 52.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 78.svg
600 mm × 600 mm (24 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 123.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 176.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 276.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 321.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 378.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 401.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 521.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 601.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
Information icon4.svg
Author/Creator:

penubag (color adjustments)

, Licence: PD

An i icon for templates and the like

Truck plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) truck plate, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs (sign M4-3). Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
No image.svg
A 1×1 transparent image. Useful for when a template requires an image but you don't have one.
Flag of the United States.svg
Author/Creator: unknown, Licence: PD
US 278.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 701.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
Alt plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) alt plate, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs (sign M4-1a). Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
US 301.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
Spur plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) spur plate, made roughly to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
US 29 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 29 highway marker
US 501.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
US 378 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 378 highway marker
Business plate 1948.svg
21-by-9-inch (525 mm × 225 mm) Business plate from the 1948 MUTCD
US 221.svg
750 mm × 600 mm (30 in × 24 in) U.S. Highway shield, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. (Note that there is a missing "J" label on the left side of the diagram.) Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.)
Alt plate 1948.svg
21-by-9-inch (525 mm × 225 mm) Alternate plate from the 1948 MUTCD
US 123 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 123 highway marker
US 21 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 21 highway marker
US 15 (1948).svg
1948 style US Route 15 highway marker
US 117 (1926).svg
Generic U.S. Highway marker, labeled for city use, from the First Edition of the Manual and Specifications for the Manufacture, Display, and Erection of U.S. Standard Route Markers and Signs
Connector plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) connector plate, made roughly to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs. Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
US 176 (1948).svg
1948 style US Route 176 highway marker
US 29 (1948).svg
1948 style US Route 29 highway marker
US 276 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 276 highway marker
Business plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) business plate, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs (sign M4-3). Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
US 217 (1926).svg
Generic U.S. Highway marker, labeled for city use, from the First Edition of the Manual and Specifications for the Manufacture, Display, and Erection of U.S. Standard Route Markers and Signs
By-pass plate.svg
600 mm by 300 mm (24 in by 12 in) by-pass plate, made to the specifications of the 2004 edition of Standard Highway Signs (sign M4-2). Uses the Roadgeek 2005 fonts. (United States law does not permit the copyrighting of typeface designs, and the fonts are meant to be copies of a U.S. Government-produced work anyway.) The outside border has a width of 1 (1 mm) and a color of black so it shows up; in reality, signs have no outside border.
Alt plate 1961.svg
21-by-9-inch (525 mm × 225 mm) Alt plate from the 1961 MUTCD
US 401 (1961).svg
1961 style US Route 401 highway marker